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John Joubert
John Joubert (/dʒuːˈbɛər/ jew-BAIR) (born 20 March 1927) is a British composer of South African descent, particularly of choral works. He has lived in Moseley, a suburb of Birmingham, England, for over 40 years as of 2007. A mu...
Composer
SILVER JEWS
Uncut (2012) , No. 182, pp. 96
... The recording "Early Times 1990-1" featuring Americana band Silver Jews is reviewed (Drag City). ...
... Jon Stratton's monograph on Jews, race and popular music, is reviewed (Ashgate, 2009). ...
The Jews Dance
Baroque piece
Jewish Deadheads: A Cultural Demographic Story
Journal of Popular Music Studies (2015) Vol. 27, No. 1, pp. 69-89

For American Jews residing on the east coast being a Deadhead—a fan of the Grateful Dead—meant being around a lot of other Jews. This is not too surprising because the New York metropolitan area has the largest community of Jews ...

... For American Jews residing on the east coast being a Deadhead—a fan of the Grateful Dead—meant ... being around a lot of other Jews. This is not too surprising because the New York metropolitan area has ... the largest community of Jews outside of Israel. In the United States overall, and also in the San ...
Comment
The Strad (2011) Vol. 122, pp. 27
... Lebrecht takes a somewhat humorous look at the perception and cliches surrounding the assumption that Jews and violins are "inseparable." ...
... This recording of sephardic music - the songs of Spanish Jews exiled in 1492 - is reviewed. ...
... Terezin Czechoslovakia was a collection point for Jews destined for the gas chambers of Auschwitz ...
... Sidran's book, which examines what socio-economic and cultural forces drove Jews, recently settled ...
... An exhibition catalog on Bayreuth and the Jews from 1876-1945, from Hannes Heer, Jürgen Kesting and Peter Schmidt, is reviewed. ...
Yidelach bruederlach
Theodore Lohr Co. (New York, New York) 1904